Emma Mitchell

Female 1808 - 1889  (81 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Emma Mitchell was born in 1808 in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; was christened on 28 Sep 1808 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne (daughter of Thomas Mitchell and Mary Welbank); died in 1889 in Kendal, Westmorland.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Thomas Mitchell died in 1859 in Lloyd Street, Greenheys, Manchester; was buried in 1859 in Unitarian Chapel, Upper Brook Street, Manchester.

    Other Events:

    • Note: Several of the Welbanks were followers of the Rev William Turner. Possibly Thomas Mitchell was the one who brought them in? Collection of William Turner's fathers sermons, published by William Turner 1822 - subscribers Mrs Welbank and Miss Mitchell of Great Yarmouth T Mitchell of Northallerton W A Mitchell J Mitchell of Sheffield Miss Mitchell of Norwich, together with several Martineaus, presumably including Harriet and her mother. W A Mitchell and J Mitchell may be relatives of Thomas, suggesting his family are followers of Rev Turner. Thomas married Mary Welbank and all their children were baptised at Hanover Street Chapel. They lived in Newcastle where he had a wholesale linen drapery business. He was buried in the Unitarian chapel, Manchester, where William Turner was also buried. Their son Edward was a surgeon in Newcastle but was living in Manchester at Lloyd Street Greenheys when he died. At least two of his sisters lived with him. He was buried in the same graveyard. Mary's sister Jane lived in Newcastle and borrowed books from the Hanover Street chapel library. She was buried in the same graveyard. Her brother William and his wife Mary Anne subscribed to a book of sermons from Turner and attended his sermons. William lived in Newcastle at the end of his life. Mary Anne lived with Mary's daughters in Manchester at the end of her life, at Lloyd Street Greenheys (newspaper death announcement). ELizabeth Gaskell wrote in a letter of 1856 that her friend Miss Mitchell was living with just a servant, and the Rev Turner and a companion were lodging with her. Wikipedia says that Rev Turner was lodging at Lloyd St before his death. A death announcement in the Leicester Mercury confirms his residence was Lloyd Street, Janetta Bishop Mitchell was also buried at the Unitarian Chapel,later to become the Welsh Baptist Chapel and then to fall into disuse. In 2015 it was developed as student housing and the bodies were reburied at Prestwold Burial Ground. Welsh Baptist Chapel, Upper Brook Street Manchester « on: Saturday 17 October 15 10:19 BST (UK) » There is an notice in my local free paper to remove all the remains from the former Chapel to Prestwold burial ground so they can build residential accommodation. There is a list of names which can be viewed until 22 October, so if anybody has any relatives buried there they best be quick names identified are: Elizabeth Humphreys 1851 William Nicholson 1866, Mary Nicholson 1853 Jane Wellbank 1852 Janetta Bishop Mitchell, Thomas Mitchell 1859, Edward Mitchell 1862 Rev. William Turner 1859, Anne Turner 1850 Emily Worthington 1850, William Barlow Worthington 1852 Elizabeth Worthington 1862 Phoebe Worthington 1850 John Chapman 1849 Alexander James Barton 1873, Mary Barton 1851 I will be going down to take some photos so if anyone wants one let me know Regards beannie Prestwold burial ground is a natural burial ground near Loughborough. Apparently the developers of the chapel have kept the gravestones and plan to use them in the landscaping.
    • Residence: 1789, wholesale linen-draper of St. Nicholas, Newcastle, England
    • Occupation: 4 Jul 1795, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; William Welbank apprenticed to Thomas Mitchell, linen-draper

    Thomas married Mary Welbank on 2 Mar 1789 in Northallerton, Yorks. Mary (daughter of Christopher Welbank and Mary Dawson) was born on 14 Mar 1768 in Saint Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died on 8 Aug 1837 in Mount Pleasant, Northallerton. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Mary Welbank was born on 14 Mar 1768 in Saint Andrew, Holborn, London, England (daughter of Christopher Welbank and Mary Dawson); died on 8 Aug 1837 in Mount Pleasant, Northallerton.

    Notes:

    Died:
    announcement in Leeds Intelligencer 19 Aug 1837 says she died "lately in London".

    Children:
    1. Janetta Bishop Mitchell was born on 20 Mar 1791 in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; died in 1859 in Lloyd Street, Greenheys, Manchester; was buried in 1859 in Unitarian Chapel, Upper Brook Street, Manchester.
    2. Christopher Welbank Mitchell was christened on 16 May 1792 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
    3. Robert Welbank Mitchell was christened on 20 Sep 1793 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
    4. Isabella Mitchell was born on 27 Apr 1795 in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; was christened on 16 Jun 1795 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
    5. Edward Dawson Welbank Mitchell was christened on 10 Dec 1797 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne; died on 1 Aug 1862 in Lloyd Street, Greenheys, Manchester; was buried in 1862 in Unitarian Chapel, Upper Brook Street, Manchester.
    6. Thomas Whiter Mitchell was born on 13 Sep 1799 in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; was christened on 21 Oct 1799 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
    7. Septimus Mitchell was christened on 19 Oct 1802 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne; died on 12 Mar 1869 in Tynemouth, Northumberland.
    8. Jane Welbank Mitchell was christened on 23 Apr 1804 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne; died in Oct 1875 in Kendal, Westmorland.
    9. Anne Frances Mitchell was born in 1805; was christened on 30 Nov 1805 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne; died in 1806.
    10. 1. Emma Mitchell was born in 1808 in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; was christened on 28 Sep 1808 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne; died in 1889 in Kendal, Westmorland.
    11. Rosabelle Mitchell was born in 1813; was christened on 27 Aug 1813 in Hanover Square Chapel (Presbyterian) Newcastle-upon-Tyne; died on 2 Dec 1893 in Higher Casterton near Kirby Lonsdale, Westmoreland.


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Christopher Welbank was born in 1720 in Northallerton, Yorkshire; was christened on 29 Dec 1720 in Northallerton, Yorkshire (son of Christopher Welbank and Meriel Nelson); died in 1793; was buried on 12 Jul 1793 in Northallerton, All Saints, Yorkshire, Age 72.

    Other Events:

    • Residence: Lambs Conduit Street
    • Occupation: 1748, London, attorney; 14 Jun 1748 Christopher Welbank, place of abode Gray's Inn, admitted to the Queen's Bench. 1754 Christopher Welbank and David Warburton of Grays Inn. 1756 Smart and Welbank Attorneys at their chambers in Gray's Inn Gazette, 12 Oct 1760 Messrs Smart and Welbank attorneys at law of Grays-Inn, handling a bankruptcy in Newcastle.
    • Occupation: 1756, Receiver for the Treasurer of York; ..Lowe Esq., suffered a recovery to the use of Christopher Welbank, the receivers of the Treasurer of the county, 66s. 8d. of meadow, fifty acres of pasture, pasture for sixteen cows and common.. The History of Yorkshire. By Marshal General Plantagenet-Harrison, H.K.G. Wapentake of Gilling West. Published in 1885 Also two other records of land transactions in which he may be acting as attorney: 1763 Samuel Morris of Stratford-upon-Avon releases crofts and woods in Langley to Christopher Welbank of Hatton Garden. In 1767 Christopher Welbank of Kirby Street Middx involved in the fourth part in a land transaction. As the addresses, Hatton Garden and Kirby Street, match the addresses in the christening records of his children, this is good evidence that Christopher of Mount Pleasant was an attorney.
    • Occupation: 30 Jun 1760, Hatton Garden; 1760 Christopher Welbank the younger of Hatton Garden executes articles with Christopher Welbank the elder of Hatton Garden. (Kings Bench, Registers of Affidavits of Due Execution, National Archives KB170/14). 1774 Mark Newby completes articles with Christopher Wellbank, attorney of St Andrew, Holborn. 1775 Thomas Hudson articled to Christopher Wellbank, attorney of St Andrew, Holborn.
    • Residence: 1767, Hatton Garden; Address given at christening of first child Meriel, and third child Jane,.also "Christopher Welbank, formerly of Hatton Garden" at marriage of his daughter Mary.
    • Residence: 1768, Kirby Street; address in christening record of daughter Mary. In 1767 Christopher Wellbank pays land tax in Little Kirby Street. 1769 Mark Newby articled to Christopher Welbank of Little Kirby Street.
    • Residence: 1775, Hatton Street, City of Westminster, Marylebone, London NW8; address mentioned in Edward Dawson's christening record.
    • Residence: 1779, Northallerton; Youngest child christened at Northallerton, and was living at Mount Pleasant (built approx 1780) when his daughter Mary married.
    • Note: 1793, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; National Burial Index for England & Wales Transcription First name(s) CHRISTOPHER Last name WELBANK Birth year 1721 Death year 1793 Age 72 Burial year 1793 Burial day 12 Burial month 7 Place NORTHALLERTON Church description ALL SAINTS Church denomination ANGLICAN County Yorkshire, Yorkshire (North Riding) Country England Record set National Burial Index for England & Wales Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records

    Christopher married Mary Dawson on 1 Nov 1765 in Northallerton. Mary (daughter of Edward Dawson) was born in 1741 in Northallerton; was christened on 21 Aug 1741 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; died in Feb 1798 in Northallerton. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 7.  Mary Dawson was born in 1741 in Northallerton; was christened on 21 Aug 1741 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England (daughter of Edward Dawson); died in Feb 1798 in Northallerton.

    Other Events:

    • Note: 1798, Northallerton; Leeds Intelligencer West Yorkshire, England 5 Feb 1798 On Wednesday died at Northallerton, Mrs Welbank, mother of the late Edward Dawson Welbank

    Notes:

    Died:
    1800 will of Mary Welbank, widow, of Northallerton. Her son William will be a beneficiary when he reaches the age of 21. She leaves £600 apiece to her three daughters, and her books are shared equally between William, Jane and Anne Frances.
    Her chased gold watch to Jane.
    Plain gold watch which belonged to her late husband to her son William.
    Gold stop watch which belonged to her son Edward Dawson, to Godfrey Hirst, innholder.
    Twenty guineas to Thomas Mitchell.
    (Godfrey Hirst and Thomas Mitchell are appointed guardians to William until he becomes 21).
    Also mentions properties inherited from her late father Edward Dawson. 80 acres of land outside Northallerton and other properties within Northallerton.
    A property on West Row in Northallerton called the Angel Inn bought by her late husband.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Mary Dawson was Christopher's cousin once removed, the granddaughter of his father's sister Ann. She was 24 and he was 45. She was the only living child of her father and due to inherit quite a lot of property. Her father was a witness to the wedding, so presumably approved of the groom.
    Her father, grandfather and brother had all been called Edward Dawson; her brother had died in childhood. Her first son was Edward Dawson Welbank and a grandson was Edward Dawson Welbank Mitchell.

    Children:
    1. Meriel Welbank was christened on 2 Feb 1767 in Saint Andrew, Holborn, London, England; was buried on 14 Mar 1767 in Saint Andrew, Holborn, London, England.
    2. 3. Mary Welbank was born on 14 Mar 1768 in Saint Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died on 8 Aug 1837 in Mount Pleasant, Northallerton.
    3. Jane Welbank was born on 21 Jan 1771 in Saint Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died on 7 Feb 1852 in Lloyd Street, Greenheys, Manchester; was buried on 11 Feb 1852 in Unitarian Chapel, Upper Brook Street, Manchester.
    4. Ann Frances Welbank was born in 1772 in Saint Andrew, Holborn, London, England; was christened on 11 Aug 1772 in Saint Andrew, Holborn, London, England.
    5. Edward Dawson Welbank was born in 1775 in Hatton Street, City of Westminster, Marylebone, London NW8; was christened on 16 Aug 1775 in Saint Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died in 1797 in Northallerton age 22.
    6. William Welbank was christened on 2 Jul 1779 in Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; died in Nov 1854 in Croft, Durham, England; was buried on 16 Nov 1854 in All Saints, Hurworth, Durham.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Christopher Welbank was christened on 13 Jan 1686/87 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England (son of Robert Welbank and Grace Conyers); died in 1729; was buried on 14 Jan 1729 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Northallerton, Yorks; shoemaker
    • Residence: 1718-1729, The Blew Houses, East Row, Northallerton, Yorks; In 1718 Christopher Welbank rented one backhouse and chambers and one back shop and one fore shop for £4/year. In 1724 he also rented a house and in 1726 took on the rent of another shop just vacated by Joseph Kelley which was part of the same burgages, and also some premises to farm. East Row was the East Side of the High Street. Several court proceedings before and after his death alleging he had failed to pay rent to the rightful owner. He and his widow said that he had acted in good faith. National Archives C11/1476/50
    • Note: 24 Jan 1729, Probate Records; Christopher WELBANK, shoemaker, of North Allerton [Northallerton, Yorkshire]; also spelt Welbanck DPRI/6/B/1728/W1/2 24 January 1729 inventory, actual total £268 DPRI/6/B/1728/W1/1 25 January 1729 administration bond penal sum not mentioned

    Notes:

    Died:
    died of fever, according to parish records. His son Mark had died 2 weeks earlier of smallpox.

    Christopher married Meriel Nelson on 1 May 1712 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England. Meriel was born about 1690 in Northallerton, Yorkshire, England. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 13.  Meriel Nelson was born about 1690 in Northallerton, Yorkshire, England.
    Children:
    1. Mark Welbank was born about 1713 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; died before 1725.
    2. Thomas Welbank was christened on 5 Dec 1715 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; died in 1744; was buried on 27 Apr 1744 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England.
    3. Jane Welbank was born in 1717 in Northallerton; was christened on 13 Mar 1716/7 in All Saints, Northallerton ; died in 1722; was buried on 21 May 1722 in All Saints, Northallerton .
    4. 6. Christopher Welbank was born in 1720 in Northallerton, Yorkshire; was christened on 29 Dec 1720 in Northallerton, Yorkshire; died in 1793; was buried on 12 Jul 1793 in Northallerton, All Saints, Yorkshire, Age 72.
    5. Robert Welbank was christened on 23 Feb 1718 in Northallerton; died in 1766 in York, Yorkshire England; was buried in 1766 in Holy Trinity, Micklegate.
    6. Ann Welbank was born about 1722 in Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; died on 5 Dec 1791 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; was buried on 7 Dec 1791 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England.
    7. Mark Welbank was born in 1726 in Northallerton, Yorks; was christened on 2 Feb 1726 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; died in 1728 in Northallerton, Yorks; was buried on 1 Jan 1729 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England.

  3. 14.  Edward Dawson was born in 1720 in Northallerton; was christened on 15 Jan 1720 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England (son of Edward Dawson and Ann Welbank); died on 1783 (putrid fever) in Northallerton; was buried on 18 Nov 1783 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Currier and one of the four and twenty vestrymen

    Children:
    1. 7. Mary Dawson was born in 1741 in Northallerton; was christened on 21 Aug 1741 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; died in Feb 1798 in Northallerton.
    2. Edward Dawson was born in 1747 in Northallerton; was christened on 17 Jan 1747 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England; died in 1753 in Northallerton; was buried on 18 Nov 1753 in All Saints, Northallerton, Yorkshire, England.